US Navy and Cloud for better software tools for ships
With cloud systems in their Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services, the US Navy aims to reduce dependency on physical labs and enhance collaboration from distributed teams. With cloud adoptions and related tools, there is an increased flexibility and agility associated with the building and test environments. Officials from Navy confirm they are increasing the number of application being developed on cloud and want to leverage other facilities offered by the platform too. The USS Abraham Lincoln will be the first ship to get the capability.
Miral and Oracle for business automation
Miral, Abu Dhabi-based Yas Island developer, has chosen Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications Suite to automate their business processes, financial reports and human resources. Miral will implement Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), and Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM). This adoption is helpful for cost reduction, forecasts, employee experience enhancements and improved business decision-making.
Coles Group starts ‘smart selling’ with Cloud
Coles Group Limited, an Australian retail chain, will adopt cloud and AI systems for fresh produce replenishments. This transformation is set across their 950 supermarkets nationally. The retailer has chosen Relex Solutions for the platform with artificial intelligence and forecast demands based on variables. This shift is useful to reduce waste and automate manual processes. With cloud, the retailer is set to improve customer and employee experience.
Informatica launches Intelligent Data Management Cloud
Informatica, enterprise cloud data management platform, has recently launched Intelligent Data Management Cloud. This service is useful for simple cloud data management with artificial intelligence and native tools across various cloud platforms. These addresses challenge faced by multi-cloud data management and simplifies customer’s cloud data journey. Along with the launch of IDMC, Informatica also has announcements on expansion on AWS, Azure and Google Platforms.
Dow Chemicals and Hybrid Cloud Environment
Dow Chemical Company is one of the oldest and largest chemical producers in the world. Dow Chemical is all set to transform into a cloud infrastructure for their mission-critical operations. But this cloud migration was complicated, and the path was not a straight line. There was a need for cloud to reduce technical debt and get virtual machines. This shift was not void of challenges. These challenges included security and maintenance issues along cost and migration of workloads. But the hybrid system helped in upskilling, cost reduction, and an efficient infrastructure on Azure.